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Hideki Matsuyama has taken over the lead at in the FedEx Cup Standings, surpassing Justin Thomas.

Matsuyama has racked up 1,746 points in nine events this season. Thomas is right behind him with 1,737 points in 10 events.

Reigning No. 1 Dustin Johnson is third with 1,353 points in six events. Canadian Adam Hadwin and American Jordan Spieth round up the…

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Four Major winners will share Group 1 at the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play which will be held at the Austin Country Club this week.

#1 Dustin Johnson will pair with Jimmy Walker, Martin Kaymer, and Webb Simpson in Group 1. All four men have at least one Major under their belts.

Just as cool is a group consisting of…

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Australia’s Marc Leishman rose from 62nd to 32nd in the world with his at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, while Rory McIlroy moved past Jason Day to reclaim the No. 2 position in the world.

Leishman guaranteed himself a spot in the Masters and a three-year PGA exemption with the win in Orlando on Sunday.

Australia has four players ranked in the…

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Even the great Arnold Palmer, a showman who inspired generations of future golfers, would have been impressed with this one.

Australia Marc Leishman drained a 51-foot eagle on the 16th hole at the first Arnold Palmer Invitational held since the legend’s death to take the lead. He held it for just three holes, but they were the last three holes…

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Phil Mickelson might say he has nothing to do with the insider trading case against William T. Walters, but Walters’ lawyers say differently.

As the Vegas gambler’s trial opened up in Manhattan on Wednesday, and the opening salvos showed Mickelson listed as 13th of the defense’s 20 witnesses. ┬áMickelson isn’t charged with any crimes or wrongdoing, however after being questioned…

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Kevin Kisner fired a 4-under 68 to tied Charley Hoffman for the lead at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando on Sunday.

After shooting 68-66 the first two days, Hoffman came back to earth with a 1-under 71. Kisner might have taken the out and out lead but he bogeyed 18 and collecting six birdies between holes 3 and 16….

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